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The Blessing of the Lord
|Author||: Kenneth Copeland|
|Publsiher||: Destiny Image Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 359|
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THE BLESSING of The LORD is God's original plan for you. Contrary to popular belief, He doesn t want you sick, broke and lonely. He wants to make you rich in every area of life your health, finances, relationships and more. In this hard-cover book, you will learn: God s original intent for His people to live in THE BLESSING God s plan to restore THE BLESSING after man sinned How God has empowered you to succeed How Jesus connects us to THE BLESSING Why THE BLESSING is not just a spiritual reality, but a material reality, too How to be living proof of THE BLESSING to others How love governs the operation of THE BLESSING. No matter where you are in the progress of your life as a Christian, learn more about God and His relationship with you as you dig deeper into the vital message of THE BLESSING. Allow this revelation that changed Kenneth Copeland s life forever to convert your thinking, fuel your faith and accomplish God s will for your life, too. Set yourself on the path to guaranteed success today. Your BLESSED life of peace and joy awaits you!
The Blessing of Waters and Epiphany
|Author||: Nicholas E. Denysenko|
|Total Pages||: 256|
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This book examines the historical development of the blessing of waters and its theology in the East, with an emphasis on the Byzantine tradition. Exploring how Eastern Christians have sought these waters as a source of healing, purification, and communion with God, Denysenko unpacks their euchology and ritual context. The history and theology of the blessing of waters on Epiphany is informative for contemporary theologians, historians, pastors and students. Offering important insights into how Christians renew Baptism in receiving the blessed waters, this book also proposes new perspectives for theologizing Christian stewardship of ecology in the modern era based on a patristic liturgical synthesis. Denysenko presents an alternative framework for understanding the activity of the Trinity, enabling readers to encounter a vision of how participants encounter God in and after ritual.
The Blessing of Abraham the Spirit and Justification in Galatians
|Author||: Chee-Chiew Lee|
|Publsiher||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 256|
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What has the Spirit to do with the blessing of Abraham and justification? This book challenges the common assumption that the Abrahamic blessing and the Spirit are equated in Gal 3:14 and points out how an accurate understanding of the relationship between these two motifs contributes significantly to appreciating Paul's overall argument in Galatians and his theology of justification. Even though Paul does not cite Old Testament passages on the promise of the Spirit in Gal 3:1-14, his arguments are nonetheless deeply influenced by the whole prophetic tradition about the Spirit. Most current discussions on the present and future aspects of justification have yet to consider the Spirit's role in the latter. Given the renewed interest in Pauline justification, this book contributes to this important aspect of the Spirit's role in future justification, which needs to be developed further in Pauline and New Testament theology.
The Priestly Prayer of the Blessing
|Author||: Warren Marcus|
|Publsiher||: Charisma Media|
|Total Pages||: 256|
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MYSTERY REVEALED! THE GREATEST PRAYER OF GRACE EVER GIVEN TO US BY GOD HIMSELF!
The Blessing of Pain
|Author||: Scretta Hamilton|
|Publsiher||: Xlibris Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 104|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
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The Blessing of Pain isn't just a book, but it's a part of me. The importance of writing this memoir is to shed light on issues that I've faced and to give a solution on how to overcome these particular struggles. This piece is known as my transparent treasure. I birthed this book through pain but produced power through the process. The Holy Spirit gave me wisdom on how to use my trials and victories as tools to empower others. With this being said, I turned this book into a manual, workbook, and a guide to remind everyone that there is purpose for their pain. I covered topics such as rejection, molestation, rape, lies, character assassination, loneliness, sickness, relationship problems, drinking, hopelessness, brokenness, depression, and much more. We as people face these mountains, but sometimes we don't understand why or how to maneuver through them. This is where this book comes into handy. This manual consists of Godly wisdom to strategically triumph over obstacle that we may face. As you read, pay attention to my journey, complete the interactive part in each section, and retain the information given. Then you will gain the victory when you encounter various trials. Remember, there is a blessing for your pain and lessons you must maintain. After going through the process, embrace all the wisdom you've gain.
The Priestly Blessing in Inscription and Scripture
|Author||: Jeremy D. Smoak|
|Publsiher||: Oxford University Press|
|Total Pages||: 264|
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The Priestly Blessing found in Numbers 6:24-26 left a deep imprint upon Jewish and Christian religious practice and tradition. The various ways in which the blessing was incorporated into these liturgical traditions, for example, are well documented in a variety of written sources from the past two thousand years. Rabbinic literature demonstrates that the blessing held a central place in early Jewish traditions, especially as part of the development of the Amidah and other liturgical prayers. Christian tradition also attests to a rich diversity of applications of the blessing in Byzantine and Medieval Christian practice. While the Priestly Blessing's development and significance in Judaism and early Christianity are well documented, considerably less is known about its earliest history in the ancient world. The Priestly Blessing in Inscription and Scripture breaks new ground in the study of the origins and early history of the blessing by examining its appearance on two Iron Age amulets discovered at the site of Ketef Hinnom in Jerusalem. Jeremy Smoak provides a comprehensive description of the two amulets and compares the inscriptions on their surfaces with several Phoenician and Punic inscribed amulets. He argues that the blessing's language originated within a wider tradition of protective words, which were often inscribed on metal amulets as protection against evil. He contends that the Priestly writers of the biblical texts incorporated the specific words into the blessing's formulations precisely due to their wide popularity and appeal as protective words in the eastern Mediterranean world. Smoak's argument represents an important departure from earlier studies on the background of the blessing's language in the ancient Near East, and it sheds significant new light on the history of their use within early Judaism and Christianity.
Be a Blessing
|Author||: Elizabeth Ellen Ostring|
|Publsiher||: Wipf and Stock Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 282|
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Utilizing the techniques of narratology and literary analysis, this study examines the foundational biblical text of Genesis to develop the theology of ordinary human work that emerges from it. The study offers a history of Christian theologies of human work as well as a unique approach to both the topic of work and the literary structure of Genesis. The emerging concept of blessing rather than achievement provides a refreshing and yet practical approach to human work. This is a valuable complement to the current interest in this topic, and one that, although challenging some current concepts, is encouraging.
Rediscovering the Ministry of Blessing
|Author||: Russ Parker|
|Total Pages||: 146|
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The Bible teaches us', Russ Parker writes, 'that blessing is a unique ministry resource gifted to believers to effect the purposes of God in peoples' lives.' In this enthralling book, the author tells of situations of family estrangement, depression and chronic illness; of times of hopelessness and helplessness where miraculous transformation has been wrought through calling on God to bless someone with the richest blessing they are able to receive. As he has travelled the country teaching on the ministry of blessing, Russ has seen an enthusiastic response and uptake, especially amongst those involved in prayer ministry. He believes it is time for all who want to be part of God's renewal - both in church and through reaching out to the wider community - to consider how we might help others to flourish as the people God has called them to be. 'Russ Parker's ground breaking work on healing community history will be so helpful to churches. It has greatly helped me.' The Rt Revd Graeme Dow, former Bishop of Carlisle